Austin Probation Revocation Lawyer
Probation violations can lead to some serious consequences. Typically, when you are placed on Community Supervision (Probation or Deferred adjudication), your jail time sentence is suspended or deferred while you fulfill your Community Supervision requirements. The State may file a motion to revoke your Community Supervision for minor violations such as missing a probation meeting to violations as serious as committing a new crime.
The most common reasons for a Community Supervision revocation:
- Failing a drug test
- Committing new offenses
- Failing to report to your probation officer
- Not completing a required probation class
- Not completing community service hours
- Failing to pay all of your fines, court costs or probation fees.
If the State has accused you of violating the terms of your Community Supervision, Austin probation revocation lawyer Mark McCrimmon can help you take steps to do everything possible to keep you out of jail. Mark understands how to deal with the courts, prosecutors and probation officers to successfully resolve the allegations against you.